Vienna

What is Vienna known for?


historical painting

daughter, Cecilia Kreutzer, was a singer of some renown. In August 1882 he was awarded the gold medal for his magnificent historical painting "Valdemar Atterdag Holding Visby to Ransom, 1361" (Valdemar Atterdag holding Visby to ransom, 1361) (Swedish (Swedish language), "''Valdemar Atterdag brandskattar Visby 1361''") in Vienna, Austria. On 11 November 1990, mechanisms for enforcing the Single Convention were expanded significantly by the entry into force


musical innovations

Ancestors of Herbert von Karajan and Hugo Wolf date 4 April 2008 accessdate 5 May 2008 author Branka Lapajne He spent most of his life in Vienna, becoming a representative of "New German" trend in lieder, a trend which followed from the expressive, chromatic (chromatic scale), and dramatic musical innovations of Richard Wagner. As a youth Masaryk worked as a blacksmith. He studied in Brno, Vienna (1872–1876 philosophy with Franz Brentano


academic service

of the commission for state exams and one year later he published his seminal work, ''The Theory of the Unifications of States'' (1882). In 1883 he was given the predigious title of Professor of Public Law at the University of Vienna. In 1889 he was duly given a professorship in Basel and left the academic service of Austria-Hungary. From 1891 he was Ordinarius (Professor) for general Public Law and International Law at the University of Heidelberg. In 1900 he compiled his


opera productions

a sensation with their opera productions in Chattanooga. The opera company they founded (now part of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera) is still active. For a while worked as a high school teacher in Bocholt, Germany, teaching physics and catechism. His real passion, however, was the mission. In 1867 he became the director of the ''Apostolaat des Gebeds'' for Germany and Austria and founded a scientific institute in Mödling, near Vienna. He also founded a journal, ''Bode van het

). In addition intense co-operation with the Salzburger chamber soloists allowed her to take part in numerous concerts in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. As part of her studies she had already sang in opera productions of "Hoffmanns Erzählungen" from Jacques Offenbach, Engelbert Humperdinck "Hänsel und Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel (opera))", "Momo" by Mark Lothar and Mozart's (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) " The Marriage of Figaro Le nozze di


track high

Franz Christof von Hutten, Schönborn's successor, completed the extensive construction of the baroque city of Bruchsal, by adding Damian's Gate, the military barracks and the Water Château (home to one of the city's two regional, college track high schools, the Schönborn Gymnasium). Athletics thumb Augustana Vikings football team at the Charity Bowl XII, Vienna (File:2010-05-29 Charity Bowl XII Augustana warmup1.jpg), Austria (2010) The Augustana Vikings compete in the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division III College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW). The Vikings compete in a combined total of 22 male and female team sports, and five out of seven students compete in some form of varsity (Varsity team), club, or intramural sport. thumb Heinrich Auspitz (Image:Heinrich Auspitz.jpg) '''Heinrich Auspitz''' (1835 in Nikolsburg (Mikulov), Moravia – 1886 in Vienna) was an Austrian dermatologist. attributes model of church patronage death of children; large families; step-parents; Austria; Vienna; Lower Austria; jointly with Saint Florian, of Upper Austria. major_shrine '''Saint Leopold III''' (1050 – November 15, 1136) was the Margrave of Austria (Margravate of Austria) in 1073–1136. He is the patron saint of Austria, of the city of Vienna, of Lower Austria, and, jointly with Saint Florian, of Upper Austria. His feast day is November 15. Leopold also fostered the development of cities, such as Klosterneuburg, Vienna and Krems (Krems an der Donau). The last one was granted the right to mint (mint (coin)) but never attained great importance. On his journey back that winter, Richard, travelling in disguise, shortly before Christmas 1192 had to stop near Vienna, where he was recognized (supposedly because of his signet ring) and arrested in Erdberg (modern Landstraße district). For some time the king was imprisoned in Dürnstein, and in March 1193 was brought before Emperor Henry VI at Trifels Castle, accused of Conrad's murder. Leopold's share of the immense ransom, supposedly six thousand buckets—about 23 tons—of silver, became the foundation for the mint in Vienna, and was used to build new city walls for Vienna, as well as to found the towns of Wiener Neustadt and Friedberg (Friedberg, Styria) in Styria. However, the duke was excommunicated (Excommunication) by Pope Celestine III for having taken a fellow crusader (Crusades) prisoner. Very popular in her ancestral homeland of Austria as well as in Germany, her character appeared in the 1926 German motion picture, ''Frauen der Leidenschaft'', played by Fern Andra. In Vienna her beauty caught the attention of painter Gustav Klimt whose primary focus was on female sexuality. Their story is retold in a film released in 2006 titled ''Klimt'', in which the character "Lea de Castro" is based on Cléo de Mérode. thumb Yushchenko at the University of Amsterdam, with chloracne (File:Viktor Yuschenko.jpg) from TCDD (2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin) dioxin (Polychlorinated dibenzodioxins) poisoning (2006). The campaign was often bitter and violent. Yushchenko became seriously ill in early September 2004. He was flown to Vienna's Rudolfinerhaus clinic for treatment and diagnosed with acute pancreatitis, accompanied by interstitial edematous changes, due to a serious viral infection and chemical substances that are not normally found in food products. Yushchenko claimed that he had been poisoned by government agents. After the illness, his face was greatly disfigured: jaundiced (Jaundice), bloated, and pockmarked. Reicha was born in Prague into a family of a town piper. His father died when Reicha was just 10 months old, and his mother was uninterested in the boy's education. At the age of 10 the young composer ran away from home, and was subsequently raised and educated in music by his uncle Josef Reicha. When the family moved to Bonn, Josef secured for his nephew a place at the Hofkapelle, but for Reicha this was not enough. He studied composition secretly, against his uncle's wishes, and entered the University of Bonn in 1789. When Bonn was captured by the French in 1794, Reicha had to flee to Hamburg, where he made his living by teaching harmony and composition, and studied mathematics and philosophy. Between 1799 and 1801 he lived in Paris, trying to achieve recognition as an opera composer, without success. In 1801 he moved to Vienna, where he studied with Salieri (Antonio Salieri) and Albrechtsberger (Johann Georg Albrechtsberger) and produced his first important works. His life was once again affected by war in 1808, when he had to leave Vienna. Reicha settled in Paris, where he spent the rest of his life teaching composition; in 1818 he was appointed professor at the Conservatoire (Conservatoire de Paris). The wind quintets represent a more conservative trend in Reicha's oeuvre, however, especially when compared to his earlier work, namely the compositions of the Viennese (Vienna) period. Technical wizardry prevails in compositions that illustrate Reicha's theoretical treatise ''Practische Beispiele'' of 1803, where techniques such as bitonality and polyrhythm are explored in extremely difficult sight reading exercises. Demuth, 7 (171) ''36 fugues for piano (36 Fugues (Reicha))'', published in 1803, was conceived as an illustration of Reicha's ''neue Fugensystem'', a new system for composing fugues. Reicha suggested fugal answers could be placed on any scale degree (Degree (music)) (rather than the standard dominant (Dominant (music))) to widen the possibilities for modulation (Modulation (music)) and undermine the tonal (Tonality) stability of the fugue. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


early contributions

of September. European Indoor Championships (1979 European Athletics Indoor Championships) Vienna, Austria bgcolor "cc9966" align "center" 3rd '''Paul Narcyz Rosenstein-Rodan''' (1902–1985) was an Austrian economists of Polish-Jewish origin born in Kraków, who was trained in the Austrian tradition (Austrian School) under Hans Mayer in Vienna. His early contributions


rich bright

Savoia, director of the Imperial Theatre. He spent the following season in Naples. In 1726, he also visited Parma and Milan, where Johann Joachim Quantz heard him and commented: "Farinelli had a penetrating, full, rich, bright and well-modulated soprano voice, with a range at that time from the A below middle C to the D two octaves above middle C. ... His intonation was pure, his trill beautiful, his breath control extraordinary and his throat very agile, so that he


world producing

and scientists of different countries and provided a bridging function for the scientific world, producing important studies in different fields, including climate change, energy and agriculture. Life and significance Born in Lucerne, Switzerland on 12 August 1905, he attended Stella Matutina (Jesuit school) in Feldkirch (Feldkirch, Vorarlberg), Austria. He studied in Vienna, Berlin and Zurich, gaining a doctorate in German literature. He joined


music movie

such as ''Massagesalon Elvira'' that featured Anne Magle, the Danish (Denmark) porn sensation of the '70s. Zhou later went on a trip to Vienna, Austria, for the filming of her music movie featuring four songs from her new album. Chen Bolin, a Taiwanese actor and her co-star in "McDull, the Alumni", appeared in the movie as the leading male character. Life Beckovsky was born and studied in Havlíčkův Brod, Brno, Vienna and Prague. In 1685 he entered the Knights


top work

Or A Don't? work Glamour (Glamour (magazine)) first Tracey last Lomrantz date May 7, 2009 accessdate May 26, 2009 Rihanna was also declared as Woman of the Year 2009 by ''Glamour''. In June 2007, Gillette (Gillette (brand)) named her the Venus

Vienna

WHS Historic Centre of Vienna Image State Party Austria Type Cultural Criteria ii, iv, vi ID 1033 Region Europe and North America (List of World Heritage Sites in Europe) Year 2001 Session Link http: whc.unesco.org en list 1033 '''Vienna ''' (

Apart from being regarded as the ''City of Music''

In a 2005 study of 127 world cities (Global city), the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked the city first (in a tie with Vancouver, Canada) for the world's most livable cities (World's most livable cities) (in the 2012 survey of 140 cities Vienna was ranked number two, behind Melbourne).

The city was ranked 1st globally for its culture of innovation in 2007 and 2008, and fifth globally (out of 256 cities) in the 2011 Innovation Cities Index, which analyzed 162 indicators in covering three areas: culture, infrastructure, and markets.

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